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breeze

2 verb
     
breeze2
1 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to walk somewhere in a calm confident way
breeze in/into/out etc
She just breezed into my office and said she wanted a job.
2 [transitive] to do very well in a test, a piece of written work etc, with very little effort:
Don't bother studying for the English exam - you'll breeze it.

breeze through something

phrasal verb
to achieve something very easily:
He breezed through the exam.

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